The Body Shop launches new vitamin E products in Bangladesh

The Body Shop Vitamin E range. — Press release

British ethical cosmetics brand The Body Shop recently introduced its new range of vitamin E products for customers in Bangladesh, according to a press release.

The latest additions to their wide range of products make everyday hydration a whole lot simpler, following the brand’s call to its users to “dive into a whole new world of hydration”!

When mother knows best, surely mother nature should know best. In line with this idea, The Body Shop has decided to enrich its Vitamin E product line with hyaluronic acid and natural raspberry extracts containing rich antioxidants. The five new products – Vitamin E Gel Moisture Cream, Vitamin E Moisture Cream, Vitamin E Intense Moisture Cream, Vitamin E Nourishing Night Cream and Vitamin E Gel Mist – were designed with an “almost magical blend of ingredients” to create hydration refreshing for all skin types.

Vitamin E gel moisturizer is super light and refreshing, it moisturizes and protects the skin daily and provides 48 hour hydration. The product is perfect for combination skin. Vitamin E moisturizer moisturizes for 48 hours and leaves skin feeling refreshed, regardless of skin type. The intense moisturizing cream with vitamin E is an ideal companion for very dry skin.

Customers can enjoy its hydration and protection with 72-hour hydration without any greasy feeling. Nourishing Vitamin E Night Cream hydrates and replenishes the skin while you enjoy a restful sleep. It also reduces the greasy feeling and is perfect for all skin types. Finally, the Vitamin E Gel Mist comes as a light, refreshing solution that can be used anytime, anywhere for that instant Ahh feeling. The Gel Mist also provides 48 hour hydration.

The Body Shop Vitamin E range starts at 1,150 Tk.

The brand has two flagship retail stores in the capital at Jamuna Future Park and Bashundhara City Shopping Complex where the products are already available.

The stores also offer a wide range of products for skin care, bath and body, cosmetics, hair, perfumes, gifts, accessories, among others.

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